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first-africans-virginiaThe Black-owned transportation brand AboutBlackBoston Getaways offers charter bus rentals and price quotes for bus trips. We provide shuttle buses, Black Boston tours, tour guides, airport pick-up and return transportation for groups going to hotels, conventions, meeting places, special occasion transportation and more. There are many Black heritage destinations about African American American history to choose from. Boston attracts its share of tourists. Though most tourists arrive between March and October, we run year-round excursions throughout Black New England. Travel for leisure, business or education. Learn more and get your quotes.

The Black Boston Sprinter Walking Tour - starts in the Bay Back and ends in Roxbury's famed Dudley Nubian Square, the heart of African American culture in Massachusetts. You'll visit civil rights leaders and icons, Black-owned businesses and see fantastic large-scale AfroAmerican public artworks. You will stand before monuments featuring Harriet Tubman, the Underground Railroad from Maryland to Canada and check out places where Dr. Martin Luther King and Malcolm X lives. 

The Deluxe Black Boston Tour packs 400 years of Boston's Black Heritage into digestible bytes of information and sites to see during the day trip and sightseeing tour. You'll hit black heritage sites on Beacon Hill, in Roxbury, Charlestown, the Boston Common, Lower Roxbury and more. You will have touch and feel hop offs and hop-on, hop-off activities. 

The ride is a comfortable coach bus with tour narration and guidance from Joel Mackall. There are stops for picture taking, food sampling, and investigations. We expose the Hidden Black Boston history with today's Black Boston culture.

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The free no reservation, 14-site Black Boston Heritage Trail walking tour is run Mon-Sat by a National Park Service Ranger when weather permits. Meet 1 p.m. Eastern at Tremont and Park Street at Boston Common to start the walking tour in front of the Robert Gould Shaw 54th Regiment Memorial. The Museum of African American History of Boston is on the route.

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